2021-10-22 - ACN Newswire

Universities, DENSO Develop Biosensor to Detect COVID-19

Three Japanese universities and Denso have succeeded in developing a biosensor for detecting coronavirus.

2021-10-13 - India Science Wire

Biomoneta Technology Promises to Eliminate Airborne COVID-19 Virus

Biomoneta has developed an air decontamination technology that promises to eliminate airborne COVID-19 virus with 99.9999% efficiency in any closed…

2021-10-08 - India Science Wire

Facility Established to Help MedTech Startups

India has set up a national facility to specifically address the commercialization gaps faced by the developers of microfluidics technologies…

2021-10-08 - Stephen Las Marias

Powering the Wearables of the Future

Wearable healthcare devices continue to add more clinical sensing capabilities, allowing more comprehensive remote patient monitoring solutions.

2021-10-05 - Carolina Mora Lopez, imec

New Neuropixels Advancing Brain Research

The new generation of Neuropixels steps up to the plate with over 5,000 electrodes, yielding unprecedented resolution for mapping brain…

2021-09-09 - India Science Wire

Scientists Develop Device to Grow Microorganisms in Outer Space

Researchers at IISc and ISRO have developed a self-contained device to carry out biological experiments in outer space using microorganisms.

2021-09-09 - CII

MedTech Summit Revamps and Re-invigorates Medical Devices Sector in India

The Indian medical devices market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 35.4% from 2020 to 2025, reaching $50…

2021-07-27 - PIB India

SERB and GE India Collaborate on Promoting Advanced Technology Research

Soon, academic institutes, labs, and industries across India can jointly apply for funds to work on innovations in areas of…

2021-07-23 - Lam Research Corp.

Lam Research Funds Expansion of Critical Care Facility at HIMS in Karnataka

Lam Research has funded additional critical care facilities at the Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences (HIMS) in Karnataka.

2021-07-19 - John Koon

How Tech is Enabling the Future of Surgery

Robotics, AI, and 5G developers are handing surgeons and diagnosticians promising new tools for safer, lower-cost procedures.